Pat Garofalo parses conservatives' last arguments against the Dodd-Frank bill as they dodge responsibility for the crisis they created while protecting Wall Street.
Report Report from Sima Gandhi argues that investors deserve clear information about executive compensation and explains how to get there.
The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will do just that, writes Pat Garofalo, which is why it needs to become the law of the land.
Video Pat Garofalo discusses why we need financial regulation, what should be included in a final bill, and how those provisions would lead to a stronger, safer financial system.
Report David Balto outlines antitrust measures that will help ensure health insurance reform is transparent and effective.
A proprietary trading ban free from exemptions and carve outs is a necessary part of building a stable postcrisis financial system, writes Pat Garofalo.
Congress should make sure as it begins to reconcile financial reform legislation, that the law is free of exemptions weakening the bill, writes Pat Garofalo.
Samuel Charap addresses the argument that the Obama administration has thrown U.S. Eastern European NATO allies under the bus in its pursuit of improved U.S.-Russia relations.
Pat Garofalo says Congress should reject the push to exempt auto financing from oversight by the proposed consumer protection regulator.
David Balto argues in Modern Healthcare that a number of provisions in the recently passed health care bill will promote competition as long as they are enforced.
David Madland and Karla Walter detail why “high-road” contracting would help prevent low-road disasters such as the BP oil catastrophe.
The congressional conference committee tackling financial reform legislation has clear choices to make, argues Pat Garofalo.
The public worries that lawmakers might not be tough enough on Wall Street, says Ruy Teixeira.
The first lesson to be learned from the latest sovereign debt crisis is that nations need to get the revenue side of their balance sheets in order, write Michael Linden and Sabina Dewan.
The public's backing of financial regulation legislation is solid, and that's stiffening progressive lawmakers’ resolve and weakening the conservative opposition, says Ruy Teixeira.